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ORROROO RACES. CHARDOR WINS DOUBLE. ORROROO, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

ORR0ROO RACES. CliiA'RliOR "WIKS-DOUBLE; ; V OltllOROOi. Wndiiesdav Races were liekl to-day with the following- results: HANDICAP HURDLES., V . Two miles. Grace Watson, 10.6 . . ... . . ;. i Pmballie, 10J2\. .. ^'-V 2 Tot .Melba. 10.2 .. /. . . . . 3 ."Dividend, £2/8/V.-, : . TRIALS." D ell - Fire .... ... •' . ■; ... . . .. 1 Snowtown . . . . .. . , . .... 2 Dividend, £1/8/. - - OIU10H00 HANDICAP. One arid a quarter miles.. Wee Spec! 7.1 i v. . .... .. 1 Warcast, 7.0 . . . . . . . . r. 2 Dividend, £0/ i /. : JUMPERS'-FLAT HANDICAP. ; One and^i. quarter miles. Lulabar, ;>.13 .. .... J. .. .. 1 Dividend, £2/8/. V . „• FLYING HANDICAP. „ Six furlongs. Chard or. 8.9 .. f Dividend, "£2/10/. WALLOWAY , STAKES. ' Pistolusion .. . .v . . . . .... V- • • * Dribble-;. ... - - -}y • ..... - 2 - Dividends. £l/-i/ and '•. ' TO'i AI.I/ATOP, HANDICAP. -:v One mile. . X'hardor, 8.2 . . . . .. .. .. .. I . Dividend, £2/\/._

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Sporting RACING FIXTURES. —February.— [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

IMni li rTx*nT^Tr1nliiTTi n Sporting RACING FIXTURES. —February.— 20.—rTunibv Bay Jockey; Club. 22.—Port Augusta L.Y. Racing Ciub 26—r James town Racing Club. 23.-jMLllicent Racing Ciub. 27.—Part Lincoln Racing Club. —March.— 1.—Snowtown Racing Club. 5 -Balakiava Baeing Ciub. 5,—^Mount,' Gamhi e r -.Racing; GI ub. 8.—-Spalding Racing" Club. 12.—Port Broughton Racing Ciub. 12-Miira t Bay: J o ckey : C i ub - C' 12, ;13.—Karacoorte: Bacing Ciub. 15.—Port Adelaide Racing Club.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Ex-Kaiser at Home PROTECTED BY TWO MOATS. PRAYERS EVERY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

Ex-Kaiser at Home PROTECTED BY TWO fHOflTS. ' PRAYERS EVERY EVENING. > | Writing from Amerongen (Holland) on December 12. Edwin Cleary sajs in the "Sun":— . • r solicited by telegraph-' an mtet\ ie\y with Gxmnt Goddard Bentinek, the Kaiser's Host, ;it Amerongen Cast!--, and received; a favorable rep y J™"' his son, Count Curios Bentinek. 1 10-mile drive from" Dreibergen is lined on either side: by a succession of smalt estates which; well, prepare one for the marvellous eastte and domain of the BentincKs -to which they lead. The quadrangle-;formation-.enclos ing Hie castle's outer moat is 10a It wide, and sentinelled with gia»t beeches that line"' the entire framing-, each section of which is a quarter of a mile in length. The outer moat is 100 feet .wiile and very deep. Around the inner moat, of equal width, are shrubs and flower beds. : Inside the inner moat, as from a deep lake. Vises the -200-ft square cas tle where the fallen monarch live?. The whole is enclosed by n htgH st...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

Ruthless Reductions in ail Stocks Our WHOLE STOCK is Rovyibgipg subjected to MIQHTY- REDUC TION'S to'" effect a speedy Glejarance piior to Takiiig Sj.pck. • . SEE- OUIl BARGAINS, in Stjlkh BAGS, PURSES, Etc. - BUY TO DAY whilst BIG SAVINGS are OBTAINABLE.. - /Note these Wondrous Bargains - LEATHER BAGS,. Superbly Finished, from .. .. .. .... E.P. PURSES, Quite Dainty, f;om . . CIIAIIsr PURSES, Very Stylish, from ■2/6' . 4/6 12/6 Stroll Uiorugh and see Uie profusion of MONEY-SAVING Opportunities Importer, Diamcnd Merchant, Maoiifactaring Jeweller and Opticas, ~

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HONORING THE SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

HCOIORING >TKE-SOLOSERS. The Port Pii-ie Aiizac Hospitality Committee' have adopted tlie happy idea of giving to each returned soldier an illuminated card of welcome home. The card, which is artistically pro duced, reads as follows:— • The Anzae Hospitality Com mittee on behalf of tlie .citizens of Port Pirie, South Australia, de sire -to congratulate you on your ...return home! and wish you all the """" happiness that is due to one who lias made such noble sacrifice for Home. Country and King. Whilst we recognise that alt we can do is quite. Inadequate, yet we beg to express to you our heart felt gratitude . for the part you < have played in assisting to bring the w:;i r to such a glorious tton ' elusion. We trust that you will* long be spared to enjoy the honor which we all feel is so deservedly yours.—Signed on behalf of your gallant fellow citizens, A.'B. Forgan. chairman; Chas. Morgan, secretary; S. E.' Fraseiv treas urer. Three hundred of these cards have already...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Weather Notes FOR WEEK ENDING FEB. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

Weather Notes FOR WEEK ENDING l'EB. 18. The outstanding- feature of the wea tlier during the ": pas t1 weeb has been' the phenomenal anil widespread rainstorm tliat passed across South Australia during' the latter portion, re suiting- in severe Hoods and wasli aways in parts of the uortli and- east. ! The early part 61' the period under re I view- was line■ aiid, away from thu j coast, warm' to hot. On Friday, how ever,. high pressure over eastern Aus •tjcaiia increased in energy, while .to the westward, a 'well-marked monsoon .was noted north of the Bight, with a southern "low" over the ocean. This distribution of pressure .^rought a northerly wind "circulation in this State; more especially as Uie insobars [of the eastern "high" lay almost north • and south, and ,very hot and sultry I weather , was, experienced on Friday .and Saturday, many stations register- ' ; i»s oyer 100 deg. During- Friday night; under the inlluciice of the de pression, which . became wedged in between-the-,...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

Insect Bites. If an insect stings you on the band apply Chamberlain's'.' Bain Balm. It will prevent any swelling or painful ness.' Sold everywhere. THE NEW TAILOR. NEXT RECORDER. ELLEN STREET PORT PIRIE. 25 Years' Practical Experience Melbourne, Kalgoorlie and Gawler. LL'S OPENING SAL ON READ THI S: Some people think that because a Line is advertised .-'at-"a- Low- Priee that the Quality is not there. No Sliops My own Factory'x I sell for Cash. I have no bad debts, ino heavy .rents, and I only have" one small profit—the manufacturer's. Ij ■sell• direct: to the public. - I save for r-:yse!f first. I can save for you. 1 >- - " ^ Tlie B( ason Why! Tjook at This: People cannot understand it. But follow out the Factory Cost, then the Warehouse a'nd then the Shop's profit' Yuu pay three instead of one profit. \ The Factory Cost FIRST. 2 yds. Jap. Silk, 4/ .. .. .. S O Girls' lime 3 0 11 0 Factory profit, selling- expenses 3 8 - li 8 SECOND. Warehouse cost .. .. .. .. 14 8 Profit, wareh...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
One Big Union POLITICAL ATTITUDE GREATES DIFFERENCES. LABOR MEMBERS WATCHFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

POLITICAL ATTITUDE CREATES . DIFFERENCES. - LABOR MEMBERS WATCHFUL. Leaders of the political wing of the Labor Party in Melbourne -v (-says the -Daily- Herald", Adelaide) have been watching the One Big Union develop ' incut with tliei Keenest .interest,, and a. f]pse study of speechesby Labor poii cians in the 'past Jew weeks shows that many of them arc apprehensive that a section of the workers may dis card 'political" i'or "industrial" ac tion. ■ Tin: recent Interstate,conference in Melbourne, which drew up the new scheme for submission to unionists throughout Australia, provided in its preamble for "revolutionary political ; and industrial action," but no decision | was given to what political party, if ; i any, the One Big IInion \vould support.. | 1 ,Amon& tiie One Big: Union adv(»cates^ J themselves there is wide division" of , ] opinion on the-subject, of political ac- ' j lion. Roughly, the One Big Union ad I vocates may be divided on. tiie ques- j , lion into three-...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

A CApp. > ' .Mr A. E. BOLT, IDental Surgeon (late of Bristol, Eng.) liiis JQINED' in PracUce_pf Dentistry, Mr. II, 0. AF FORD, Surgeia rcntist. Ellen street; Port Pirie, - Oiq

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Recorder Published Dally. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1919. AN INSIDIOUS DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

Wat Jllecorba Published Dally. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20,,1919. AN INSIDIOUS DANGER. : Jf anything'.''connected with the in iluenzu epidemic is certain it is that its nature and Habits are insufficiently known,-and tlial the proper preeau hdjai y measures have not been fully, applied throughout Australia. Gradu ally the medical authorities are gain ing knowledge of the characteristics of the disease. Their task-has been made the more difficult by its'."vagar ies'.. It differs from place to place and from time to time. Mill as a common headache at one stage, it- 'becomes at another as deadly as bubonic plague. It eludes definite classification. Some times exclusive, and comparatively harmless, it develops, for reasons as yet unknown,complications of the .most '.unexpected and extraordinary kinds. It is almost as erratic as the weather, Iniluenza in niild form is a common ailment. Only when its germs ally with tlxe germs of other diseases does it become reallydangerous. Tho difll eulty wi...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Findings Not Keepings ADVENTURES OF A CHEQUE. FOUR MEN PUNISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

ADVENTURES OF A CHEQUE. FOUR MEN PUNISHED. Deep interest- was taken in £ti ease which occupied the attention of the Pirie Court for several .hours yester day morning. - Ernest Adams was charged, on the '.information.- of Sergeant Bond, with being in possession of a leather wallet, a cheque for £10 and notes to the value of £2, which lie might reason ably be suspected of having ■unlawful-.I )y obtained. TJie accused vias de fended by Mr Regan. T- Sergeant Bond, in opening the case, slated that the prosecution would en deavor to .show that a Wallet, lost by Mr Harold Tuniblyu,had beeiii found -in the possession of accused, who had e^hed i cheque- it contained and shared the money with certain other mm. . ..■■ j Jlarold ramblyn, commercial travel ler; at present residing at Hie Central j Hotel, stated that between 5 p in. and '•> p.m. on Monday night lie lost a leather wallet containing riotes to th-e value of £5/10/, a. cheque for £10 '">/. and other documents. Hp identi fied "....

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DESERTER SMARTLY CAPTURED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

deserter smartly captured. Herbert Sydney Warden, a negro', wlio was before the Police Courl Thursday, was again brought up at a special silting of (lie Court yesterday afternoon, charged with deserting from the s.s. Paghild. On Tuesday, af ter he had served a short sentence, he was brought from Gladstone to the ship but cleared out before lie had I been an hour on board. His run was a short'one, however, for a smart piece of work on the part of Constable Sessle resulted in his. capture a^ the Two Mi'e. No-~furt!iei' opportunity to belt will be afforded 'him as he w-is sentenced toimprison nwnt until his ship sails, when lie will be placed on board by the police.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

NEW ARRIVALS. Wuiworker.s arriving ill the Baram | bati; due to-day/ will be quarantined HHiefinilriy. 5 Tite steamer Usterley is due oil Thursday. : ^ >

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOME AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

HOME AGAIN. Gin1 Howard Dunstan, 21st Machine 'Section,': A.I.F., returned 'to Port Pirie yesterday afternoon. The usual wel come! was extended- fo Ptc Dunstan at Solomoutown and lie was motored from there to his home. The Mayor referred to Gunner Dunstan'S return -at the unveiling of the honor roll Jast '.night, and reg^retted he had not had the opportunity of greeting him on his arrival. -Mr. Forgan then called for three cheers which \v<»re heartily responded to by those present.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CYCLING COLLISION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

CYCLING COLLISION. A lad named Eassori, son of Mr Dave Has,son, Ellen: street, attended Dr. M. E. Ooode's- surgery yesterday after noon for a slight incised wound on the face. The wound was dressed and the lad was taken home. He was riding a motor cycle in Queen street, when he was approached by a push cycle, ridden by a lad, w'lio is slated to have been on his wrong side. In trying to avoid a collision, Easson rode .into a fence. He was driven to- the surgery by Mr A. Murdoch.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STEAMERS DELAYED. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

STEASlEHS DELAYED ADELAIDE, WtHlhesdav. The transport Gslericy, will not reaeli the On I er Harbor until Saturday. Tho si earners City of York and City^~of Exeter lu-e expccted oil tkc same xlay.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

A MONSTER JEWEL STAR. CASINQ To-Night Tonight THE BEAST OF BERLIN A MONSTER 7500 FEET DRAMA, FEATURING RUPERT JULIAN. THE ':-K jf.'S jewel's first great product on. A FULL SUPPORTING PROGRAM. J • TO-NIGHT. T0-NIJ3HT. CASINO -Td-WIGHT. LiceD sed MnaBcierB^ aM Property Agents. Have HOMSS FOB SALE in Good LtwsUUcs on SMALL DEPOSITS *nd EASY FOKTNIGHTLY PAYMENTS. 7||$| -Building Alloimests near Smelters, and some tody to Company's Buildings, Several townships to Select From. From J£f Deposit W© O^n Supply the Land BUi!d ■ You the House ; And Lend You the 'Money. All Boaianeata under Re&l Property Aot prepared by ear Expert Con veyancers. '■ ■ ■ CONSULTATION 4KX> ADVICE FREE. OFFIOEs fiL2KAESSf? ftTRK£T.--. JEWELLERS and OPTICIANS. Are St-il'l. UNSURPASSED for QUAL ITY and VALUE at tlxe LOWEST PRICES. W1IY? . * Because wo import direct from English anil American'' Manufac turers. Because our "Jewellery-comes-di rect to us from Melbourne and Sydney Factories. Because we Pay Spo...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

late advertisements. friday, feby. 28^ 191S»i at 3 p.m. On the Premises, Embankment/Road; Port Pirie North-west. A; A Pearce fi Go. Arc instructed l>y the Public Trustee to Sell, in tin.- Estate of T.-'C. Warren, deceased: • ' • : •' ^ ALLOTMENT 79, having 78 feet to Embankment road, • Port Pirie North-west, by a depth ; on west ?ide" of 149 feet, on east side 107 feet, .with 4-robmed Brick House, kiteiien, lobby and bath of weather board ; trap house, storeroom and workshop of gal. iron. r The Property is nicely situated, 7 minutes' walk to Post Office, Ellen street. /Z\ '"'// 1 01E1) li AT E POSSESSION. TERMS: CASH. 20.22.24,2$,27,28. " ' t • /^ ADELAIDE STE AM SHIP CQ, Ltd, will Dispatch Steamers from Port Adelaide as under : - (Circumstances Permitting). For Port Pirie, W.A., PL Lincoln. S.S. QUORNA, Every SATURDAY FROM PORT PIRIE FOR PORT . ADELAIDE, via Ports Augusta and Lincoln. - : S.S. QUORNA, EVERY MONDAY. COAL MERCHANTS OFFICES; EHen Street, Port Pirfe. adelaide steams...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

IN MEMORIAM. KNIBBS. —In memory of George Harold (Ben) Knibbs (eldest son), who was accidentally killed at Solomontown on February 20, 1918, aged         7 years.     It's only a grave, but it needs care, For our dear Ben lies sleeping there. A dear young life that promised well; Perhaps his best. Ah! who can tell. —Inserted by his loving mother, father, sisters and brothers.   ADAMS. —In loving memory of our dear husband and father, James Adams, who died at Port Pirie on February 20, 1913.   The pain of death is passed, Labor and sorrow cease,     And life's long warfare closed at last, His son is found in peace.   Inserted by his loving wife and family.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PROGRESS IN THE CITY. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

PROGRESS IN THE CSTV; ADELAIDE, Thursday. Another, milueiiza patient was dis charged from the Exhibition Hospital to-day. leaving only seven eases in the institution. a a Seven new cases were reported in Sydney to-day, hut there were no further deaths,- -The: total eases-are now 201. '

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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